Peristaltic transport of a two-layered particulate suspension in a non-uniform channel has been investigated. The coupled differential equations for both the fluid and the particle phases in the central as well as in the peripheral layers have been solved and the expression for the flow rate, the pressure rise and the friction force has been derived. The results obtained are discussed both qualitatively and quantitatively in brief. The significance of the particle concentration as well as the peripheral layer has been well explained.
Medhavi, Amit; Singh, Dharmendra; Yadav, Ajay S.; and Gautam, Ramesh S.
Peristaltic Induced Flow of a Two-Layered Suspension in Non-Uniform Channel,
Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM), Vol. 6,
2, Article 5.
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